Log In

Charles Clark Jamieson Edit Profile

army officer , consultant engineer

Charles Clark Jamieson, American army officer, consultant engineer.


Jamieson, Charles Clark was born on November 3, 1866 in Glover, Vermont, United States. Son of Williams S. and Isabella A. (MacDowell) Jamieson.


Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1892.


Commissioned Second lieutenant 15th Infantry, June 11, 1892. First lieutenant ordnance, April 9, 1895. Captain, February 7, 1901.

Major, June 25, 1906. Retired on account of disability in line of duty, October 12, 1910. Recalled to active service April 13, 1919.

Colonel N.A., January 11, 1918. Brigadier general (temporary), October 1, 1918. Discharged as brigadier general, at his own request, January 3, 1919.

Resumed business as vice president firm George W. Goethals & Company, Incorporated, New York York. Consulting industrial engineer. President Asfalterra Company, Jacksonville, Florida, Duty Fort Sheridan, Illinois, 1892-1895.

Sandy Hook Proving Ground, 1897-1900. Instructor United States Military Academy, 1900-1903. Duty Rock Island Arsenal, 1903-1905, Watervliet Arsenal, New York, 1905-1910.

Duty Washington, District of Columbia, World War, as assistant to chief of production div., chief of production division, and special assistant to chief of ordnance until appointment, December 1918, as director of sales of property acquired by War Department after April 6, 1917.


Married Frances Floyd, June 12, 1894.; married second, Anne Uezzell, July 12, 1930. Children: Floyd M., Eleanor.

Williams S. Jamieson

Isabella A. (MacDowell) Jamieson

Frances Floyd

Anne Uezzell

Floyd M. Jamieson

Eleanor Jamieson